RN Community Private Duty

Posting Date January 22, 2021
Job Title RN Community Private Duty
Specialty RN
Hours FT
Overview POSITION BENEFITS Competitive Pay Excellent Hours. Work Weekdays 8am-4pm. Small family centered agency that encourages a work -life balance. Paid Time Off Comprehensive Health Insurance Benefits (medical, dental, vision) Employer paid Life and Disability insurance. 401(k) Retirement Savings Plan with Company Matching Contributions Mileage Reimbursement Free Training Employee referral bonuses ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. Provide direct and indirect patient care in accordance with the Nurse Practice Act, professional standards of care, state regulations and accreditation standards and HUHS philosophy, policies, and procedures. Interview patient about current problems, medications, and allergies and reviews medical record for pertinent previous and current information. Perform in home non-skilled visits to patients and scheduled private duty supervision visits. Coordination with community services, MD offices and appropriate agencies for optimal client care Perform LNA supervision on nonskilled patients. Assist in phlebotomy: identifies patient, checks requisition form for requested tests, and prepares equipment, patient and puncture site. Organize and operates foot clinic under Nurse Practice Act guidelines. Maintain adequate inventory of examination room supplies and prepares exam rooms at the beginning and end of day and cleans between each patient contact. Perform variety of office responsibilities: answers phones, triages calls, obtain verbal and written orders, faxing and tasks. Facilitate and assists in the coordination of community clinics. Participate in the orientation and training of new personnel. Perform other duties assigned.
Qualifications EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE Graduate of an accredited school of nursing with a Bachelor of Science in Nursing (BSN) or equivalent education. Current Certification/Licensure in the State of New Hampshire for RN is required. Minimum of 1-year experience in homecare setting preferred. SKILLS AND ABILITIES Ability to work independently and without immediate supervision. Excellent patient care skills. Strong knowledge of nursing and health care terminology. Ability to demonstrate a caring, compassionate and empathic manner with patients and family members. Ability to work as a team and maintain positive working relationships with employees and healthcare professionals. Strong verbal and written communication skills. Ability to document patient care according to nursing standards and plan of care. Working knowledge of Microsoft Office software. Must demonstrate ethical conduct and build trust with patients and family members. Ability to follow safety guidelines as instructed by the agency. Ability to wear protective clothing such as mask, glove, head cover, lead apron, safety glasses, safety shoes, etc. Ability to travel required. Travel throughout central New Hampshire is required. Current drivers’ license is required. Proof of automobile insurance is required. Ability to pass a motor vehicle background screening is required.
Agency / Location Franklin VNA & Hospice
75 Chestnut Street
Franklin, NH 03235
Contact Information Cherrie Murray
Visiting Nurse Association of Franklin
FRANKLIN, New Hampshire 03235
Phone: 603-934-3454
Fax: 603-934-2222
Email: cmurray@franklinvna.org
Website: http://franklinvna.org/
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